Carry - Lite® Pretty Penny® Hen Decoy Decoy System

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Carry - Lite® Pretty Penny® Hen Decoy. Sure to get the gobblers all worked up!

Every Pretty Penny® Hen Decoy comes with two heads molded from real freeze-dried taxidermy turkey heads for the utmost realism! One is the "contented" head and one is the "breeding" head. These allow you to more realistically portray the most effective position on your next turkey hunt.

Additionally, softer, more pliable skin enables you to more easily fold the turkey decoy and carry it in your hunting vest, while the Harold Knight and David Hale-designed paint scheme is only beaten by Mother Nature... barely. Actually, Knight and Hale oversaw every aspect of this Decoy's production to ensure maximum fidelity to nature.

Set the Pretty Penny Hen Turkey Decoy up on the included stake, or arrange it sitting on the ground in a breeding position. Either way, you'll have a Hen Decoy that those prize gobblers won't be able to resist! Includes Decoy, 2 heads and 1 stake.

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